Admission Info

 Cash only at the gate

Purchase advance tickets HERE

Adult:
One day $15
Two-day pass $25
Three-day pass $35

Children under 5 free, under 12: $2

Scouts under 16 in uniform: free

Military with ID: $10

Show Hours

Friday:   10am – 6pm

Saturday:  9am – 5:30pm

Sunday:   9am – 4:30pm

IF4_logo

BACK AGAIN: The International Fly Fishing Film Festival. One night only, Friday, February 23 at 6:30pm.  $15; $10 in advance.

Learning Center

The International Federation of Fly Fishers is pleased to offer FREE fly fishing instruction at the IFFF Learning Center located at the IFFF booth.  Basic fly casting- fly tying- knot tying will be taught throughout the day-every day of the Fly Fishing Show.

 

 

Regardless of the weather, the show will go on!

 

Alameda County Fairgrounds

4501 Pleasanton Avenue
Pleasanton, CA, 94566

*Map Located at bottom of page*

Directions From:
San Francisco
– Cross the Bay Bridge
– Follow the sign to stay on I-580 East
– When you come to I-680, go South
– Take the Bernal Exit and go East (to the right when you come off the ramp)
– To the Fairgrounds, turn left on Valley Avenue and enter through Gate 8 or Gate 12 – To the Off-Track Betting Facility, turn left on Valley Avenue and enter through Gate 12

San Jose
– Take I-680 North
– Take the Bernal Exit and go East (to the right when you come off the ramp)
– To the Fairgrounds, turn left on Valley Avenue and enter through Gate 8 or Gate 12

From Walnut Creek
– Take I-680 South
– Take the Bernal Exit and go East (to the right when you come off the ramp)
– To the Fairgrounds, turn left on Valley Avenue and enter through Gate 8 or Gate 12
– To the Off-Track Betting Facility, turn left on Valley Avenue and enter through Gate 12

From Tracy
– Take 205 West
– Continue on I-580 West
– Take I-680 South
– Take the Bernal Exit and go East (to the right when you come off the ramp)
– To the Fairgrounds, turn left on Valley Avenue and enter through Gate 8 or Gate 12

Flying
Oakland airport is 18 miles away; San Francisco is 35 miles away.

Transportation
http://www.alamedacountyfair.com/Transportation.php

Charity Cab
(925) 353-5357
www.charitycab.com

Parking is $10/car at the Alameda County Fairgrounds

 

Accommodations:

7050 Johnson Drive
Pleasanton, California
94588-3396
925-737-5611

Phone: 800-HILTONS (445-8667) or 925-463-8000 Use Code: FLY for discounted rate.

Cut-off date for special rate is Tuesday 1/31/17.  AFTER THIS DATE YOU WILL NOT GET THE DISCOUNTED RATE.

 ——
 Pleasanton Marriott
11950 Dublin Canyon Road
Pleasanton  CA  94588

Phone: 925-847-6000

Cut-off date for special rate is Tuesday 2/9/17. AFTER THIS DATE YOU WILL NOT GET THE DISCOUNTED RATE.

Celebrities: TBA

Authors: TBA

 

 

Fly Tiers Attending Pleasanton:  TBA

 

Purchase Fly Fishing Show advance tickets HERE.
      Adult:
$15 for one day,
$25 for two-day pass,
$35 for three-day pass;
     Children under 5 free, under 12: $2
     Scouts under 16 in uniform: free
     Military with ID: $10

 

IF4_logoBACK AGAIN: The International Fly Fishing Film Festival. One night only, Friday, February 23 at 6:30. Tickets are $15 at the door or $10 in advance or with a paid Fly Fishing Show admission for that day.

 

 

 

Ben Furimsky with StriperA Note from the Director: TBA

Programs, Seminars and Classes

Author’s Booth: 
Friday
12:30  Terry & Wendy Gunn
1:00  Jeff Currier, Bo Bennett, Jason Randall
1:30  Phillip Rowley, Brian Chan
2:00  Gary Borger, Cecilia “Pudge” Kleinkauf
3:00  Ed Engle, Denny Rickards

Saturday
11:00  Landon Mayer, Hal Janssen
12:00  Brian Chan, Phillip Rowley
1:00  Jeff Currier, Joe Humphreys, Jason Randall
1:30  Bo Bennett, Greg Vinci
2:00  Denny Rickards
2:30  Terry & Wendy Gunn
3:00  Gary Borger, Cecilia “Pudge” Kleinkauf
4:00  Ed Engle, Hal Janssen

Sunday
11:00  Jeff Currier
11:30  Cecilia “Pudge” Kleinkauf
12:00  Ed Engle, Joe Humphreys
1:00  Gary Borger, Denny Rickards
1:30  Terry & Wendy Gunn
2:00  Brian Chan, Phillip Rowley
3:00  Landon Mayer, Bo Bennett

 

Talks subject to change and additions.

Seminars:

Friday
Catch Room
11:30   Jason Randall – Advanced Nymph Fishing
1:00    Joe Contaldi – Fly Fishing Tactics for Success in the Eastern Sierra
2:30    Rob Anderson – Fly Fishing Pyramid Lake
4:00    Gary Borger – Fishing the Big Fish Flies—Streamers, Bucktails, and other Long Flies

Release Room
11:00   Phillip Rowley – Ten Stillwater Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
12:30   Landon Mayer –  Successful Seasons: How to Catch Quality Trout Throughout the Year
2:00    Jeff Currier – Tricks and Tactics for the World’s Best Flats
3:30    Brian Chan – Understanding Chironomids in Stillwaters

 

Saturday
Catch Room
10:00  Dan Blanton – San Luis Reservoir on the Fly – Keeping up with the Changes to Keep You in the Game
11:30   Jason Randall – What Trout See
1:00    Phillip Rowley – “It’s Not Just a Bobber!”-Strike Indicator Techniques for Stillwaters
2:30    Brian Chan – Seasonal Stillwater Tactics (Spring and Fall)
4:00    Landon Mayer – Trout Tips: Secrets and Tactics for Selective Trout

Release Room
10:30   Joe Contaldi – Fly Fishing Tactics for Success in the Eastern Sierra
12:00   Ed Engle – Catching Difficult Trout
1:30     Gary Borger – Really Matching the Hatch
3:00    Jeff Currier –Fly Fishing for Carp – A 20-pound Fish near Home!

 

Sunday
Catch Room
10:00  Dan Blanton – Fly Fishing the California Delta – Improving Your Score with the Dynamic Four
11:30   Gary Borger – Fishing the Film
1:00    Ed Engle – Offbeat Tactics That Catch Trout
2:30    Rob Anderson – Fly Fishing Pyramid Lake

Release Room
10:30    Brian Chan – Biology of Productive Western Stillwaters and How to Use This to Your Fishing Advantage
12:00    Landon Mayer – Successful Seasons: How to Catch Quality Trout Throughout the Year
1:30      Joe Humphreys – Nymphing Reflections
3:00     Jeff Currier – Streamer Tricks for More and Larger

 

Talks subject to change and additions.

Featured Fly Tiers:

Friday
11:00   Landon Mayer – Guide Flies: Quick Step Durable Ties that Catch Fish
12:15   Philip Rowley – Balanced Flies
1:30    Denny Rickards – Tying Stillwater Patterns for Trophy Trout
2:45    Gary Borger – 42 Hackling Techniques
4:00   Jay Murakoshi – A No Brainer Crease Fly

Saturday
11:00   Rob Anderson – Patterns for Pyramid Lake
12:15   Dan Blanton – Dan Blanton Originals and Favorites
1:30    Ed Engle – Tying Small Flies
2:45    Phillip Rowley – Top Chironomids
4:00   Gary Borger – 42 Hackling Techniques

Sunday
10:00  Rob Anderson – Patterns for Pyramid Lake
11:15    Phillip Rowley – Essential Stillwater Patterns
12:30   Dan Blanton –Dan Blanton Originals and Favorites
1:45     Landon Mayer – Guide Flies: Quick Step Durable Ties that Catch Fish
3:00    Ed Engle – Tying Small Flies

 

Talks subject to change and additions.

Casting Demonstrations:

Friday
Inside Pond
12:15   Gary Borger – The Perfect Cast
2:15    Simon Gawesworth – Spey Casting Basics and Top Tips
4:15    Jeff Currier – Fly Casting 101

Outside Pond
11:15   George Revel – Adding Distance to Your Cast
1:15    Wendy Gunn – Simple Casting Tips for Better Fishing
3:15    Phillip Rowley – Stillwater Casting and Presentation Techniques

 

Saturday
Inside Pond
10:15    Joe Humphreys – Casting to Catch
12:15    Gary Borger – The Perfect Cast
2:15     Landon Mayer – Learning the Short Game

Outside Pond
11:15   Jeff Currier – Casting in the Wind and the Double Haul
1:15    Wendy Gunn – Simple Casting Tips for Better Fishing
3:15    Simon Gawesworth – Spey Casting Basics and Top Tips

 

Sunday
Inside pond
10:15    Simon Gawesworth – Spey Casting Basics and Top Tips
12:15    Jeff Currier – Fly Casting 101
2:00    Gary Borger – The Perfect Cast

Outside Pond
11:15    Mary Ann Dozer – Optimizing Your Cast at Short and Long Distances
1:00    Landon Mayer – Learning the Short Game
2:45     Joe Humphreys – Casting to Catch

 

Talks subject to change and additions.

Classes with the Experts:

Friday 2:00-4:30pm
Intro to Fly Casting with Mary Ann Dozer.  The best fly fishers know how to cast. Fly Casting is easy when you apply a few basic mechanics. During this two and a half hour class you will get real-time application and coaching on the roll cast and overhead cast.  You will walk away with the confidence and skills to deliver a  deliver the fly to water successfully.  All levels.  Click HERE to register.

Trout Hunting 101 With Landon Mayer. A visual look into the techniques and tactics used to successfully navigate your trout hunting adventure. Utilizing many “out of the box” methods for hunting trout in rivers and still waters, this class reveals tips and tricks used by Landon himself as well as fly selections designed to perform. With a step by step approach that includes dissolving photos, illustrations, and videos, Landon brings over 200 plus days a year of teaching into an easily understandable format that all anglers, beginner and advanced, can enjoy.
All Levels.  Click HERE to register.

New Age Nymphing with Jason Randall. Get the most out of your nymph fishing! This workshop covers all aspects of advanced nymph fishing including new methods such as Czech and other tightline techniques. Choose the best method to keep your flies in the strike zone and improve strike detection to catch more fish. Each student will build a sighter leader and learn the tuck and oval tuck cast. Each student should bring rod, reel and fly line.  All Levels.  Click HERE to register.

Saturday 8:30-11:00am
Practical Nymphing with Ed Engle.  This class will introduce beginning and experienced nymphers to the foundation nymphing techniques such as high-stick, tight-line, and long line that are the basis every nymphing style. Learn when to use the various techniques, nymph rigs for each of them, attractor and match-the-natural nymph fly patterns and how to modify the basic nymphing techniques for unique on-the-water situations. He’ll discuss the pros and cons of floating strike indicators, sighter-style strike detection and other ways to detect strikes.  Ed will talk about regional differences in nymphing styles. He’ll also discuss the importance of simplifying your nymphing. There will be a “hands-on” break to demonstrate useful knots and rigs for nymph fishers. Both novice and experienced nymph fishermen with come away from the class with a clearer vision of nymphing techniques and principles and how to apply those principles to their home waters.   Always filled, so don’t wait!  All levels.  Click HERE to register.

Fly Casting with Gary Borger.  This casting class focuses on the skills needed to develop sound casting and mending, and encompasses Wrist Casting, Arm Assisted Wrist Casting, Whole Arm Casting, The Bow and Arrow and Long Range Bow and Arrow Casts, the Elliptical Stroke, Across the Head Casting, Curve Casting, Side Arm Roll Casting, Switch Casting, Reach Mend, Parachute Mend, Puddle Mend. Curve Mend, Hump Mend, Puddle Reach, the C Pickup, Shooting Line, and more.  All Levels.  Click HERE to register.

Basics of Spey casting a double hand rod with Mia Sheppard. There is so much to cover before getting in the water such as : The difference in lines (Sandi vs. Skagit – tips and polyleaders), the 180 degree principle, how to hold the rod, the principle of using both left and right hand up. The roll cast that can be practiced on dry ground and more.   All Levels.  Click HERE to register.

Conquering Chironomids with Phillip Rowley.  Chironomids are the number one food source for stillwater trout..  Without a doubt if you wish to experience consistent stillwater success you need to learn how to imitate chironomids!  Phil Rowley has become one of North America’s leading stillwater experts.  Join Phil as he unlocks the mystique and misconceptions surrounding chironomids.

This comprehensive seminar will provide you with a wealth of information about how to fish chironomids consistently using a variety of presentation techniques.  Here is a small cross section of what you will learn:

•    Rod, reel and line specifics including choosing the right fly line
•    Leader construction techniques and essential knots
•    Understanding of the chironomid lifecycle!
•    Floating line techniques, both with and without indicators
•    Deep water indicator tactics
•    Sinking line techniques
•    Leaders and droppers
•    Casting tips
•    Retrieves
•    Recognizing takes
•    Fly selection

If you are tired of watching others catch fish using chironomids or want to improve your existing chironomid skills this is one workshop you can’t afford to miss.  Sign up today, this workshop books fast!  All levels.  Click HERE to register.

Saturday 2:00-4:30pm
Wet Flies; How to tie and fish them with Jason Randall.  Cover the water effectively with wet flies and soft hackles. You need this technique in your game plan, especially as a searching method or to entice trout when they’re finicky. Learn different presentation styles. Tie three killer flies you can’t buy at a shop. Bring vise, tying tools, black and tan thread. All other materials will be provided  All Levels.  Click HERE to register.

Intro to Fly Casting with Mary Ann Dozer.  The best fly fishers know how to cast. Fly Casting is easy when you apply a few basic mechanics. During this two and a half hour class you will get real-time application and coaching on the roll cast and overhead cast.  You will walk away with the confidence and skills to deliver a  deliver the fly to water successfully.  All levels.  Click HERE to register.

Casting with Joe Humphreys.  Tight brush, tuck cast, slack leader cast, you’ll learn it all from a legendary caster and teacher.  Joe is one of the best instructors and has more coaching and teaching experience than any other instructor.  All Levels.  Click HERE to register.

 

Sunday 8:30-11:00am
Practical Nymphing with Ed Engle.  This class will introduce beginning and experienced nymphers to the foundation nymphing techniques such as high-stick, tight-line, and long line that are the basis every nymphing style. Learn when to use the various techniques, nymph rigs for each of them, attractor and match-the-natural nymph fly patterns and how to modify the basic nymphing techniques for unique on-the-water situations. He’ll discuss the pros and cons of floating strike indicators, sighter-style strike detection and other ways to detect strikes.  Ed will talk about regional differences in nymphing styles. He’ll also discuss the importance of simplifying your nymphing. There will be a “hands-on” break to demonstrate useful knots and rigs for nymph fishers. Both novice and experienced nymph fishermen with come away from the class with a clearer vision of nymphing techniques and principles and how to apply those principles to their home waters.   Always filled, so don’t wait!  All levels.  Click HERE to register.

Fly Casting with Gary Borger.  This casting class focuses on the skills needed to develop sound casting and mending, and encompasses Wrist Casting, Arm Assisted Wrist Casting, Whole Arm Casting, The Bow and Arrow and Long Range Bow and Arrow Casts, the Elliptical Stroke, Across the Head Casting, Curve Casting, Side Arm Roll Casting, Switch Casting, Reach Mend, Parachute Mend, Puddle Mend. Curve Mend, Hump Mend, Puddle Reach, the C Pickup, Shooting Line, and more.  All Levels.  Click HERE to register.

Trout Hunting 101 With Landon Mayer. A visual look into the techniques and tactics used to successfully navigate your trout hunting adventure. Utilizing many “out of the box” methods for hunting trout in rivers and still waters, this class reveals tips and tricks used by Landon himself as well as fly selections designed to perform. With a step by step approach that includes dissolving photos, illustrations, and videos, Landon brings over 200 plus days a year of teaching into an easily understandable format that all anglers, beginner and advanced, can enjoy.
All Levels.  Click HERE to register.

Casting with Joe Humphreys.  Tight brush, tuck cast, slack leader cast, you’ll learn it all from a legendary caster and teacher.  Joe is one of the best instructors and has more coaching and teaching experience than any other instructor.  All Levels.  Click HERE to register.

Sunday 2:00-4:30pm
For Women Only with Wendy Gunn.  Join this all women’s class to learn proper basics and improve your fly-casting.  All Levels.  Click HERE to register.

 

 

Note: Most tying classes require some tying experience and others may require more. Ask us when you call. Beginners are welcome, but be prepared for more than basics. All students must bring their own tying vise, tools, lamp if needed, and a sampling of materials. Most classes will provide adequate materials for the patterns being taught.  If a class is canceled, you will be notified 5 days prior to the show and permitted to switch or receive a refund.

Casting Classes will be held outside.  All other classes will be held indoors.

Casting Classes: Bring your own rod, reel & line.

Fly Tying Classes: Bring your own lamp, vise, tools & a basic selection of materials.

To insure quality instruction class size is limited. Call us for more class descriptions or availability. Classes will fill and close, so register early. The tuition charge of $85 includes admission to the show for that day. There are no refunds unless the class is canceled. You MUST register in advance. Click HERE to register online.  For more information call 814-443-3638.

Destination Theater:

Friday

Building C
11:00    Fishing the Pupae in Stillwater-Denny Rickards
12:00   Fly Fishing Northern California-Lance Gray
1:00    Truckee Area Fly Angling Options-Frank Pisciotta
2:00    BC’s Top Trophy Stillwater Fisheries-Phil Rowley, Brian Chan
3:00    History of the McCloud River-Jack Trout
4:00    Crowley Lake Fly Fishing Tactics-Ernie Gulley

Building P
11:00    Fly Fishing the Lower Sac-Lincoln Gray
12:00   Soft Hackles & Spiders-John Shaner
1:00     Pyramid Lake – “Land of the Giants”-Doug Ouellette
2:00    Best of The Baja-Mike Rieser
3:00    Fly Fishing Lees Ferry-Terry Gunn
4:00    Truckee River: A Guide’s Perspecive-Matt Heron

Building R
11:00    Baja-Angling the Vermillion Sea-Gary Bulla
12:00   Flies for All Five Species of Salmon – Pudge Kleinkauf
1:00     Fly Fishing for Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Char and Grayling on the Kanektok River, Alaska-Paul Jacob
2:00    Trout Fishing in Iceland-Kristjan P. Rafnsson
3:00    Fishing SW Montana With 4 Rivers-Seth McLean/Chris Knott
4:00    Madison River – When and Where to Fish-Nate Stevane

Building N
11:00   Montana’s Kootenai Country:  Dry Fly Heaven-Dave Blackburn
12:00   Fishing the Flats – Turneffe Flats, Belize-Turneffe Flats
1:00    Fly Fishing New Zealand: A Complete Guide-Bessie Bucholz
2:00    South America’s Fly Fishing Destinations: An overview of saltwater flats, jungle fishing, and trout in Patagonia-John Hudgens
3:00    Fishing on Grand Bahama, Island-Robert Neher
4:00    Why You Want to Fish the Kenai River in Alaska-Bob Rima

Building O
11:00    Oregons Epic Waters-Marty Sheppard
12:00    Flyfishing 5 Western Gold Medal Rivers: Frying Pan, Roaring Fork, Colorado, Animas, and San Juan-Cameron Cipponeri
1:00    Idaho’s Middle Pk Salmon & Oregons Rogue River-Jeff Helfrich
2:00    Steelhead Fishing on Oregon’s Rogue River-James Sampsel
3:00    Fishing for Baby Tarpon – Campeche, MX-Brad Staples
4:00    Gearing Up for Alaska:  Arriving Prepared for an Alaskan Adventure-Preston Cavner

Building O
11:00    Fly Fishing in Bolivia-Jungle Dorado-Rodrigo Salles/Marcelo Perez
12:00   Amazon Peacock Bass Fly Fishing-Rodigo Salles/Marcelo Perez
1:00     Fly Fishing for Multi Variety Species in Amazon Jungle-Rodrigo Salles/Marcelo Perez
2:00    Cuba Fly Fishing-Criatian Rodriguez/Filippo Invernizzi
3:00    Billfish on Fly, Sailfish to Blue Marlin-Jake Jordan
4:00    Fly Fishing in Iceland-Jon Thor Juliusson

Saturday

Building C
10:00   Stillwater Presentation-Denny Rickards
11:00    Fly Fishing the Lower Sac-Lincoln Gray
12:00   Fly Fishing Northern California-Lance Gray
1:00     Truckee River: A Guide’s Perspecive-Matt Heron
2:00    Fly Fishing Pyramid Lake-Rob Anderson
3:00    History of the McCloud River-Jack Trout
4:00    Steelhead Fishing on Oregon’s Rogue River-James Sampsel

Building P
10:00   Truckee Area Fly Angling Options-Frank Pisciotta
11:00    Fly Fishing Lees Ferry-Terry Gunn
12:00   Soft Hackles & Spiders-John Shaner
1:00     Pyramid Lake – “Land of the Giants”-Doug Ouellette
2:00    Best of The Baja-Mike Rieser
3:00    Fishing SW Montana With 4 Rivers-Seth McLean/Chris Knott
4:00    Chironomids from Top to Bottom-Ernie Gulley

Building R
10:00   Oregons Epic Waters-Marty Sheppard
11:00    Baja-Angling the Vermillion Sea-Gary Bulla
12:00   Trout Fishing in Iceland-Kristjan P. Rafnsson
1:00     Fly Fishing for Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Char and Grayling on the Kanektok River, Alaska-Paul Jacob
2:00    Madison River – When and Where to Fish-Nate Stevane
3:00    Why You Want to Fish the Kenai River in Alaska-Bob Rima
4:00    Grey Reef Wyoming-Jason Ostrander

Building N
10:00    Fishing for Baby Tarpon – Campeche, MX-Brad Staples
11:00    Fishing the Flats – Turneffe Flats, Belize-Turneffe Flats
12:00    Fly Fishing New Zealand: A Complete Guide-Bessie Bucholz
1:00     South America’s Fly Fishing Destinations: An overview of saltwater flats, jungle fishing, and trout in Patagonia-John Hudgens
2:00    Fishing on Grand Bahama, Island-Robert Neher
3:00    Amazon Peacock Bass for Under $4000-Rob Anderson
4:00    Christmas Island-Guy Schoenborn

Building O
10:00   Women & Couples Go Fly Fishing in Alaska – Pudge Kleinkauf
11:00    Billfish on Fly, Sailfish to Blue Marlin-Jake Jordan
12:00    Idaho’s Middle Pk Salmon & Oregons Rogue River-Jeff Helfrich
1:00     River Fly Fishing the Canadian Rockies-Paul Samycia
2:00    Montana’s Kootenai Country:  Dry Fly Heaven-Dave Blackburn
3:00    Fly Fishing in Iceland-Jon Thor Juliusson
4:00    Jurrasic Lake World’s Best Rainbow Trout Fishery-Rob Anderson

Building O
10:00    Flyfishing 5 Western Gold Medal Rivers: Frying Pan, Roaring Fork, Colorado, Animas, and San Juan-Cameron Cipponeri
11:00    Gearing Up for Alaska:  Arriving Prepared for an Alaskan Adventure-Preston Cavner
12:00   Cuba Fly Fishing-Criatian Rodriguez/Filippo Invernizzi
1:00    Fly Fishing in Bolivia-Jungle Dorado-Rodrigo Salles/Marcelo Perez
2:00    Amazon Peacock Bass Fly Fishing-Rodigo Salles/Marcelo Perez
3:00    Giant Arapaima on the Fly-Rodrigo Salles/Marcelo Perez
4:00    Fly Fishing with a Tenkara Rod-Luong Tam

 

Sunday

Building C
10:00    Fishing the Pupae in Stillwater-Denny Rickards
11:00    Fly Fishing the Lower Sac-Lincoln Gray
12:00   Pyramid Lake – “Land of the Giants”-Doug Ouellette
1:00     History of the McCloud River-Jack Trout
2:00    Best of The Baja-Mike Rieser
3:00    Crowley Lake Fly Fishing Tactics-Ernie Gulley

Building P
10:00   Mastering The Dry Fly – A Visual Experience-Jon Baiocchi
11:00    Truckee River: A Guide’s Perspecive-Matt Heron
12:00   Fishing SW Montana With 4 Rivers-Seth McLean/Chris Knott
1:00     Soft Hackles & Spiders-John Shaner
2:00    Why You Want to Fish the Kenai River in Alaska-Bob Rima
3:00    Oregons Epic Waters-Marty Sheppard

Building R
10:00   Madison River – When and Where to Fish-Nate Stevane
11:00    Fly Fishing Lees Ferry-Terry Gunn
12:00   Fly Fishing for Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Char and Grayling on the Kanektok River, Alaska-Paul Jacob
1:00     Amazon Peacock Bass for Under $4000-Rob Anderson
2:00    Montana’s Kootenai Country:  Dry Fly Heaven-Dave Blackburn
3:00    Christmas Island-Guy Schoenborn

Building N
10:00    Idaho’s Middle Pk Salmon & Oregons Rogue River-Jeff Helfrich
11:00    Fly Fishing the Rivers of the BC’s Cariboo Region-Doug Mooring
12:00   Fishing on Grand Bahama, Island-Robert Neher
1:00     South America’s Fly Fishing Destinations: An overview of saltwater flats, jungle fishing, and trout in Patagonia-John Hudgens
2:00    Fly Fishing New Zealand: A Complete Guide-Bessie Bucholz
3:00    Fly Fishing Cuba-Jim Klug

Building O
10:00   Trout Fishing in Iceland-Kristjan P. Rafnsson
11:00    Baja-Angling the Vermillion Sea-Gary Bulla
12:00   Steelhead Fishing on Oregon’s Rogue River-James Sampsel
1:00     Fishing the Flats – Turneffe Flats, Belize-Turneffe Flats
2:00    Fly Fishing in Iceland-Jon Thor Juliusson
3:00    Fishing Guyana, Ama, & the IndiFly Movement-Peter Vandergrift

Building O
10:00   Women & Couples Go Fly Fishing in Alaska – Pudge Kleinkauf
11:00    Fly Fishing in Bolivia-Jungle Dorado-Rodrigo Salles/Marcelo Perez
12:00   Amazon Peacock Bass Fly Fishing-Rodigo Salles/Marcelo Perez
1:00     Flyfishing 5 Western Gold Medal Rivers: Frying Pan, Roaring Fork, Colorado, Animas, and San Juan-Cameron Cipponeri
2:00    Cuba Fly Fishing-Criatian Rodriguez/Filippo Invernizzi
3:00    Grey Reef Wyoming-Jason Ostrander

 

Talks subject to change and additions.

IF4_logo

BACK AGAIN: The International Fly Fishing Film Festival. One night only, Friday, February 24 at 6:30. Tickets are $15 at the door or $10 in advance or with a paid Fly Fishing Show admission for that day.  Click here to purchase advance tickets.

 

 

IFFF Learning Center: The International Federation of Fly Fishers (IFFF) hosts the Fly Fishing Learning Center with fly tying, casting instruction and other fly fishing information and is free to show attendees. Fly tying focuses on young attendees, but all ages are welcome. Tying sessions begin every 30 minutes during periods of high demand; “when you get there” during periods of lighter attendance. There are usually three casting classes per day taught by IFFF Certified Casting instructors, 11am, 1 and 3pm. Sign-up for each casting class at the IFFF booth. These classes are limited to 10 students and are about 1 hour long. Fly rods provided.IFFF-Logo-horizontal-web-sm-SM For more experienced fly fishers, an instructor will individually video your cast and evaluate it with suggestions for improvement. The IFFF Learning Center is good place to advance the skills of all fly fishers. Stop by and get acquainted!

 

 

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